I quite liked Squall. After being left behind all his life you could see why he was some sort of misanthrope. Sure he was dick but he had a reason for hating people and not trusting but he still wanted to be liked. I know i'm a minority but I liked VIII and was my first brush with FF and has a special place in my heart.Malo_Tux said:Squall... all he does is *****, whine, and moan
O sweet lord shes horrible.. First she plays the standard "Ice *****" then a quater into the game she just flips and even says im another person. People would ***** about her if it wasnt for Hope whinning or Snows near legendary douchbagge skillsbeliever258 said:
I've never played a Final Fantasy game all the way through, but it seems like Hope, Yuffie, and Snow are catching a lot of flak.
By the way, I'm guessing Lightning is one of the better characters? So far she seems like the only voiced female character who isn't universally hated. What's so different about her?
Sad thing is Cait Sith is among the most reasonable people in all the FF games. I like how he finally called out the elephant of the room that is Barret being a terrorist who killed hundreds of people. Hell when I think about it, Barret destroying that reactor probably killed more then anything Sephiroth did.thelawgiver said:Vanille, by a hair. The voice-acting was atrocious, and the game itself wasn't much better. Everything about her character in particular was just...awful. Hope is a very, very close second. Everything about him was pathetic. He is a combination of the worst qualities of Vaan (shrimpy/insignificant) and Cloud (whiny/self-loathing).
Cait Sith also sucks pretty hardcore.
I would agree... and I mostly do, but I have a special place of hate in my heart for Cait Sith. Every other person I had was Level 100, except him, he was 32, because I hated him.Oly J said:the game is Final Fantasy XIII the character.....Vanille, Vanille, Vanille, Vanille, Vanille, Vanille, Vanille, did I mention Vanille? seriously her voice actress was atrocious and she was just plain annoying